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borko Posted - 09/28/2015 : 08:57:57 AM
Can someone advise on the appropriate level of DC Voltage for a smart house? I am making some research and not sure which devices use which levels. Thanks
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stusviews Posted - 09/28/2015 : 10:29:26 AM
If you're in North America, then smarthome devices connect to 120VAC. A few can control/connect to 240VAC. Battery powered devices are DC because batteries are DC.

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